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  1. 1. STUDY IN UK
  2. 2. KC UK Contact Details Mr. Ketan Mehta (Manager) Mob: +91 9860530220 +91 9423043534 Off: +91 712 2222060/61/62/63. Email Id: ketan@studies-overseas.com Website: http://www.studies-overseas.com/ Address: ‘Krishna’ Plot No. 10/2, I.T. Park, Opp. V.N.I.T, Behind Infotech Tower, Parsodi, Nagpur - 440022. Maharashtra
  3. 3. MAP OF UNITED KINGDOM
  4. 4. Points Covered in Presentation:  Key Facts about UK  Reasons to Study in UK  Part time Work Entitlement  Standardized Exams  Time Schedule for Intakes  Total Cost & Sources of Finance  Entry Requirements for UG and PG courses  University Tie Ups in UK
  5. 5. Facts about :United Kingdom  Capital : London  Popular cities : London, Manchester, Sheffield, Cardiff, Birmingham, Edinburgh Birmingham, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Glasgow.  Travel Time from India : 9 hours by flight .  Currency : Pound Sterling
  6. 6. Why Study in UK ?  Attracting different nationalities. .  UK has vast experience of hundred’s of years of Education.  Four of the top six Universities in the world are in the UK.  Value for money.  Shorter & more intensive courses.  Excellent and World-class Academic and Education Facilities  More than 150 Universities to choose from.  Offer broad spectrum of subjects.
  7. 7. Why Study in UK?  UK Education is affordable.  Popular destination for Indian students.  20 hours per week part time job during studies for degree courses.  10 hours per week part time job during studies for diploma courses.  Full time job during holidays(40 hours per week)  Scholarships and Bursaries available.  Student discount facilities.
  8. 8. Why Study in UK?  World Class Qualification.  Large areas of Specialization.  Flexible programs.  2000 courses to choose from.  Courses with paid internship available.  Courses are updated annually.
  9. 9. Why Study in UK?  Easy Admission & Visa procedure.  Only IELTS required, Admissions possible without IELTS also.  Alumni’s: Dr. Mohandas. K. Gandhi (Father of the Nation) Mr. Bill Clinton ( Former President of USA) Mr. Imran Khan ( Cricket legend & politician) Dr. Manmohan Singh (Former Prime Minister of India) NOTE: TOEFL/PTE/CAE are no longer acceptable as SELT (Secure English Language Test) approved list due to potential concerns regarding fraud.
  10. 10. Why Study in UK?  DURATION The biggest advantage of UK education in comparison to other educational destinations world wide is that UK provides shorter durations programs. For Undergraduate - 3 years (4 years in Scotland) For Postgraduate - 1 year
  11. 11. Type of Institute / level of course Post Graduate Course Undergraduate Degree Below UG degree level i.e. Diploma Dependent Universities with Tier 4 license Can Work 20 hrs. during Study time and full time during holidays Can Work 20 hrs. during Study time and full time during holidays Can Work 10 hrs. during Study time and full time during holidays Allowed for course more than12 month with NQF Level 7 Publicly Funded colleges of Further Higher Education Cannot work Part time. Cannot work Part time. Cannot work Part time. Cannot work Part time. Private Funded colleges of Further Higher Education which are Highly Trusted Cannot work Part time. Cannot work Part time. Cannot work Part time. Cannot work Part time. Part Time Work Entitlement NOTE:- NQF Level 7 means Courses at PG Level.
  12. 12. Standardized Exams U.K. IELTS IELTS : International English Language Testing System
  13. 13. IELTS International English Language Testing System What is IELTS made up of  Listening - 4 Sections of 40 Items 30 Minutes  Reading - 3 Sections of 40 Items 60 Minutes  Writing - 2 Tasks ( 150 & 250 words) 60 minutes  Speaking - 11 to 14 minutes. IELTS tests English ability on scale of 9 Bands
  14. 14. EnglishLanguagerequirements for UK Universities. In general the English Language requirement as per UKVI is CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) Level B2 which is as mentioned below :-  Minimum 5.5 overall with 5.5 in each section in IELTS NOTE: Although UKVI requirement is IELTS 5.5 overall but most of the UK Universities require students with IELTS 6.0 or 6.5 overall with minimum 5.5 in each section  IELTS waiver is available in most of the universities if the student has secured more than 70% marks in 12th English.
  15. 15. EnglishLanguagerequirements for UK Universities.  Pre-sessional English Language Program is also available in UK Universities for the students who do not meet the IELTS requirements of the University. Note: • W.E.F 6th April 2015,for Pre-sessional English course, Foundation course or any other course below degree level, students will require SELT, IELTS from UKVI approved test centers only. The fees for same is Rs.18,600 • There are only 30 UKVI approved Test centers in India. • The UKVI IELTS test is the same as standard IETLS test, but the center has improved security features, including CCTV, Voice sampling and independent audits. The test results will be administered electronically and verifiable online.
  16. 16. Intakes UK Universities have two major intakes:  SEPTEMBER  JANUARY However, some universities have intakes in March, April and November also.
  17. 17. Time Schedule for UK for September Intake. IELTS Coaching : April Give IELTS Exams : May IELTS Results : End May Applications for Sept Intake : April, May, June, July Offer Letters : May , June, July Prepare & Apply for Visa : July, August Fly to UK : September
  18. 18. Time Schedule for UK for January intake. IELTS Coaching : June, July Give IELTS Exams : July IELTS Results : End July Applications for Jan Intake : July, August, September, October, Nov. Offer Letters : August, September, October, November Prepare & Apply for Visa : November, December Fly to UK : January
  19. 19. Total Cost & Sources of Finance
  20. 20. Total Cost Per Annum IELTS Coaching Academic 5,050 Exam Fees 11,800 & 18,600 (for UKVI IELTS) Tuition Fees (approximately £11000 considered) 11,00,000 Living Cost 6,00,000 Visa Fees 27,800 NHS Health Surcharge(£150 per year + £75) 23,625 Total 17,68,275 Less Part Time Earnings 5,50,000 Net Cost 12,18,275 Assistantships/Scholarships Yes Nature of Part Time Jobs Off Campus 20 hrs per week During Vacation 40 hrs per week Money to be spent by student 12,00000 (Rs.)
  21. 21.  Self funded- Parents.  Loans- from nationalized banks or private sector banks. A guarantor or Collateral Security is required. Interest rates are low and repayment begins after completion of program.  Employment- Current immigration regulations permit students to work part-time (20 hours a week and 40 hours a week during vacation). Sources of Finance
  22. 22. Academic Requirements  For High ranked universities, student need to have 60%-70% in Graduation.  For Middle ranked universities, student need to have 55-65% in Graduation.  Very few universities accepts the students having 50% and above in Graduation Students who do not meet academic criteria can apply for Masters through various pathways by applying Pre-Masters leading to Masters. IELTS Requirements:  IELTS requirement for Masters programmes ranges from 6.0-6.5 with no band less than 5.5 depending upon the course and the University. Entry Criteria for Masters Programme
  23. 23. Entry criteria’s for Undergraduate Programmes Academic Requirements  For High ranked Universities, student need to have 70-80% in 12th .  For Middle ranked Universities, student need to have 60-70% in 12th .  Very few universities accepts the students having 50% to 55 % in 12th. Students who do not meet academic criteria can apply for graduation programmes through various Pathways by applying for Diploma leading to second year of bachelors or Foundation course leading to first year of bachelors. IELTS Requirements:  IELTS requirement ranges from 6.0-6.5 bands with no band less than 5.5 depending upon the course and the University.
  24. 24. What is ATAS?
  25. 25. The Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) is a scheme of the British government for certifying foreign students from outside the EU for entry into the United Kingdom to study or conduct research in certain technology-related fields. Answer :-
  26. 26.  Materials Science  Physics (including Nuclear Physics)  Mechanical Engineering  Aerospace Engineering  Chemical, Process and Energy Engineering  Materials Technology not otherwise specified Answer :- ATAS is required only for below Masters Courses
  27. 27. Our Tie Up’s
  28. 28. UNIVERSITY TIE UP’s IN UK  University of Surrey, Surrey.  Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.  University of Birmingham, Birmingham.  University of Leicester, Leicester.  University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.  Coventry University, Coventry and London.  Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne and London.  Queen Mary, University of London.  INTO City University, London.  Oxford Brookes University, Oxford.  University of Strathclyde, Strathclyde  University of Northampton, Northampton.  University of Liverpool, Liverpool and London.  Queen's University Belfast, Belfast.  University of Essex, Colchester.
  29. 29.  University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield.  Northumbria University, Newcastle and London.  University of Chester, Chester  Cranfield University,Cranfield  University of Stirling, Stirling and London  University of Lincoln, Lincoln.  University of Central Lancashire, Preston.  Plymouth University, Devon.  INTO Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester.  Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield.  INTO Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire  University of Sunderland, Sunderland  University of Hult, London UNIVERSITY TIE UP’s IN UK
  30. 30. UNIVERSITY TIE UP’s IN UK  Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland.  Bangor University, Bangor and London.  University of Bradford, Bradford.  De Mont fort University , Leicester  Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford  Leeds Beckett University, Leeds  Middlesex University, London.  University of Greenwich, London.  Birmingham City University, Birmingham.  York.St John University, York  Staffordshire University, Stoke - on – Trent.  Glasgow Caledonian Univeristy, Glasgow  University of Ulster ( London and Birmingham Campus )
  31. 31. UNIVERSITY TIE UP’s IN UK  University of Westminster, London.  University of Hertfordshire , Hertfordshire  Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff.  Roehampton University, London  University of South Wales, Pontypridd .  University of East London, London  London South Bank University, London.  University of Bedfordshire, Luton.  London Metropolitan University, London.  Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool  University of Wolverhampton , Wolverhampton .  Le Cordon Bleu,London
  32. 32. COLLEGES TIE UP’s IN UK  West London College, London.  South Thames College, London.
  33. 33. For Foundation, Diploma & Pre-Masters Courses:  Kaplan International Colleges. Partner Universities:  University of Glasgow  City University London  University of Sheffield  Bournemouth University  University of Liverpool  UWE Bristol  Nottingham Trent University  University of Westminster  Cranfield University  University of York Pathway Providers:
  34. 34. For Foundation, Diploma & Pre-Masters Courses:  Kaplan International Colleges. Partner Universities:  University of Birmingham  University of Aberdeen  University of Brighton  University of Salford Pathway Providers:
  35. 35. For Foundation, Diploma & Pre-Masters Courses:  INTO Partner Universities: • University of Exeter • Newcastle University • University of Manchester • City University • University of Gloucestershire • Manchester Metropolitan University • Glasgow Caledonian University • St. George University • East Anglia University • University of Stirling Pathway Providers:
  36. 36. For Foundation, Diploma & Pre-Masters Courses:  Navitas Group Partner Universities: • Brunel University • University of Portsmouth • Robert Gordon University • Plymouth University • Swansea University • Birmingham City University • Anglia Ruskin University • University of Hertfordshire • Edinburgh Napier University Pathway Providers:
  37. 37. For Foundation, Diploma & Pre-Masters Courses:  Study Group Partner Universities:  University of Surrey  University of Lancaster  University of Leicester  University of Strathclyde  University of Leeds  Royal Holloway University  University of Huddersfield  Imperial College London  Instituto Marangoni Pathway Providers:
  38. 38. For Foundation, Diploma & Pre-Masters Courses:  Study Group Partner Universities:  Keele University  University of Sussex  University of Lincoln  Liverpool John Moores University  Kingston University  Leeds Metropolitan University  Bellerby’s College  Coventry University  University of Sheffield Pathway Providers:
  39. 39. For Foundation, Diploma & Pre-Masters Courses:  Cambridge Education Group Partner Universities:  Coventry University  Queen Mary University of London  University of Sunderland, Sunderland  University of Central Lancashire  Kingston University  London South Bank University, London  Birkbeck University of London  Goldsmiths University of London  Royal Holloway University of London Pathway Providers:
  40. 40. FOR MORE ASSISTANCE CONTACT US +91-712-2222061/62/63 www.studies-overseas.com

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